again with the black henna, and OT Harry Potter
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Posted by Anne on July 25, 2000 at 18:43:28:
In Reply to: Black heena is NOT harmful posted by Skyy on July 25, 2000 at 15:58:20:
Since the person who posted this didn't bother to leave a link for
her email, I have doubts that she's going to come back to read the
Perhaps if she does, someone should point out to her that some of her
comments about "us people" could be considered "slanderous" . . .
especially since she's written it about a specific group of people.
That can't be good. At least she didn't shout.
As long as there are accurate information on PPD and lawyers out
there, there's a hope that the toxic stuff will be banned. If
nothing else, common sense should kick in eventually. After all,
those warnings and responsible henna artists aren't there for nothin'.
And now for something completly different - Catherine, I just
finished the lastest Harry Potter book (pretty good book, too) - any
chance you could come up with some Harry Potter/lightening bolt
: I have done 1000ís of black hennas on Santa Monica pier without any
reactions. You have been spreading false information. My black henna
DOES have PPD. The burns you allege that come from black henna must
by some other ingredient that people like you experiment with. Stop
posting inaccurate information. You are ruining my business. And as a
single mother with two kids to feed you are actually taking food from
my babiesí mouths. Mind your own business and stop slandering my